Leica has just announced its newest camera, the Leica Q2. More than just a standard upgrade to its predecessor, the Q2 takes what was already a decent compact camera and makes it a strong competitor in the compact fixed lens market.
This past October award-winning photographer Jérôme Brunet published his 20-year retrospective coffee table book "Into The Light" that collects over 150 of his amazing music images.
Brunet's "Into The Light" is more than just a collection of beautiful images, it's a visual history of some of the biggest names in music. Each portrait a moment captured live immortalizing the experience and emotions felt by every fan in the audience. "Into The Light" isn't just a look into Brunet's career, it's a physical representation of his love for music, specifically the unique experience of live performances. It's, for this reason, any fan of music should check it out. Each turn of the page is a look into some of the best live performances from musicians like Jimmy Page, Santana, Tom Waits, George Clinton, Aretha Franklin, James Brown and so many more.
Choosing which lenses to bring on an assignment is a constant back and forth between weight and versatility for me. As an adventure and travel photographer, I’m either hiking all my gear into a remote location or flying abroad for long periods with limited bag space. So when I got the opportunity to test out the Sigma 100-400mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary lens I was pretty excited.